By Dave Stockton IN THE LAST weeks of the Referendum campaign the Brexit campaigners, led by Nigel Farage and Boris Johnson, decided to play their ace – the widespread fears about immigration. With the mass readership of
By Richard Brenner The narrow majority in the British referendum for leaving the European Union is a severe setback for the progressive, socialist and labour movements in Britain and across Europe. First and foremost, this
By KD Tait Britain’s exit from Europe has caused huge turmoil in domestic politics. It could prove equally disruptive for Europe, where the rise of a Europhobic right was well under way before 23 June.
By KD Tait Members choose the leader, not MPs Fight austerity and war; defend free movement For a workers’ party with socialist policy 10,000 people turned up at 24 hours’ notice to support Jeremy Corbyn
A handful of disloyal members are using their privileges as MPs to launch a coup against Jeremy Corbyn. This coup demonstrates the plotters’ contempt for democracy and for the wishes of the 250,000 people who
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By Lars Keller ON MAY 7, Warsaw witnessed its largest demonstration since the end of Communism. Around 240,000 people answered the call of the “Committee for the Defence of Democracy” (KOD). Liberals, conservatives and left-wingers